Witches, ghosts and Bigfoot appear during Brasher Falls hayrides
Saturday, October 6, 2018 - 8:40 am

From left, Kyle, Wyatt, Zoey and Sonya Cryderman, Chase Mills, pass the dragon on the haunted hayride.

BRASHER FALLS—The Annual Haunted Hayride to benefit the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce is taking place at the farm of Ed and Kim Russell on 94 Leary Flint Rd, on Fridays and Saturdays until Oct. 13. For more photos click here. North Country Now by Cheryl Shumway.

The hayrides begin at 5 p.m. with non-scary rides for smaller children. The main attraction begins at dusk (approximately 7:30 p.m.) The later ride is not recommended for small children.

The cost is $3 for children 18 year or younger and $5 for 19 and older.

This is the tenth year the Russell farm has hosted the event. Thirty volunteers from both the Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce and North Lawrence Fire Department ran the hayride and food stand.

For more information, call 315-705-8913 or 315-705-8965, or on Facebook at Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce.

The fundraiser supports several local charities.

North Country Now photos by Cheryl Shumway.

 Crystal, Avery, and Abigail White, Massena, look at the witches along the route.

A tall ghost appears nears the woods as the wagon passes.


Witches and pumpkins line up on the hayride path

Bride and groom skeletons rise from the grave on the hayride path.